Articles by Patrick T. Hiller

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Why Aleppo Is the Symptom of What Is Wrong with How We Deal with Atrocities
Patrick T. Hiller | PeaceVoice – TRANSCEND Media Service, 10 Oct 2016

It is time to follow a new path. A path that is not informed by some sort of perceived naïve pacifism, but by rigorous analysis of nonviolent alternatives without a so-called military option as part of the picture. The military option needs to be taken off the table, otherwise all the other approaches are facing a counterforce and are directly undermined.

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There’s Nothing Collateral About a Toddler Washed Ashore
Patrick T. Hiller – TRANSCEND Media Service, 7 Sep 2015

The heartbreaking pictures of three-year-old Aylan Kurdhi symbolize everything that is wrong with war. It is a painful confrontation with what some might call the collateral damage of war. It is time to deconstruct some myths about war.

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(Italiano) PP, Pace e Conflitto – Non si tratta del Commercio , ma di come commerciamo
Patrick T. Hiller, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service, 30 Mar 2015

Chiariamo subito una cosa. Il commercio è cosa buona. Commerciamo da sempre. E’ stato sempre parte della storia umana e ci sono le prove di vie commerciali preistoriche in molte parti del mondo. La questione se il commercio con l’estero promuova la pace e lo sviluppo oppure conflitti distruttivi è stata dibattuta a lungo.

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TPP, Peace and Conflict – It’s Not about Trade, It’s about How We Trade
Patrick T. Hiller, Ph.D., War Prevention Initiative – TRANSCEND Media Service, 9 Mar 2015

The current debate on the Trans Pacific Partnership suggests that the agreement will lead to immense social conflict, unrest and instability. Trade is not the issue. People and societies have always traded and will continue to do so. The trade relationships and mechanisms are at the core of whether trade drives violent conflict and war or contributes to peace.

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